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- September 8, 2018 at 6:33 pm #79422
I know Chuck has posted on his recent experiences with KOA parks.
Experiences will differ from person to person and park to park.
Our recent stays at the Anacortes/Burlinton KOA and Grandy Creek KOA are not that bad.
Anacortes/Burlington was a very well kept park with reasonable space between neighbors. We had a space at the end of the row so we had extra “yard” and a view of a field. Water pressure fluctuated, but power was good. Good satellite for DircetV for us.
Grandy Creek which is KOA/Thousand Trails, has tall trees, sparsely spaced. Some F/U, some W/E. Some sights can get Satellite tv.
Both places we had good cellular, ATT and Verizon.
Not advocating KOA, just reporting our experiences.
- September 9, 2018 at 3:09 pm #79462
We have never had a bad experience with KOA, but just remember that they are mostly “family” oriented meaning children. That is not a bad thing, actually good, but we tend to let KOA be our last resort. (pun unintended) We do not need to be entertained so neither a game room, swimming pool, nor playground is necessary for us.
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- September 18, 2018 at 3:30 pm #80536
The quality of KOAs is all over the place. Most, I’d say, are either pleasant places to stay or at least okay for a night or two. But there are some very dumpy locations as well.
- October 9, 2018 at 5:27 pm #82984
We have had extremely good luck with KOA’s and generally stay there when available. We don’t have young kids anymore but it is nice to be in a family type setting.
- October 17, 2018 at 11:03 pm #83754
We’ve stayed in 3 different KOA’s and will dry camp before we use them again.
KOA’s add for everything else except the basic sites, we found.
KOA means Keep On Adding.
KOA says if you don’t like our prices..Kiss Our A$$!
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